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1 Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Enterprise for the 21st Century Initiative Assessment & Reporting in Enterprise Education ResourcesAn Enterprise for the 21st Century Initiative
2 Professional Learning Information Enterprise Education Quality FrameworkEnterprise Education Quality FrameworkAssessment& ReportingEnterpriseEducationResources CDAssessing & Reportingthe Enterprise SkillsThe EnterpriseSkills Posters & StoryProfessional Learning InformationProject Background & Summary of Stage 1 Findings – PowerPoint PresentationEnterprise Education Quality Framework Introduction – PowerPoint PresentationAssessing & Reporting the Enterprise Skills Introduction – PowerPoint PresentationEnterprise Skills Portfolio Introduction – PowerPoint PresentationReports and Background MaterialsAssessment & Reporting in Enterprise Education Stage 1 ReportEEAR Final ReportEESFD Final ReportThe Enterprise education Monograph SeriesSkills Portfolio
4 Enterprise Education Quality Framework Designed to enable students, teachers and school leaders to better understand, plan for, and participant in an explicit and purposeful process for assessment and reporting in enterprise education
5 Enterprise Education Quality Framework The complete set comprises:Education Quality Framework: Reviewing Your SchoolEducation Quality Framework: Reviewing Your Class CultureAssessment and Reportingof Enterprise Skills
6 Reviewing Your Schoolhas been designed to support school staff to review and assess the enterprise culture in their school.It comprises information to support schools to deliver enterprise education, tools to assess the enterprise culture of schools, and an action planning process to assist schools to plan whole school strategies for enterprise education.
7 Reviewing Your Class Culture has been designed to provide an assessment tool for teachers to examine the enterprise learning skills of their class or individual students.and provide information for discussion to identify possible strengths and weaknesses, and areas to be addressed.
8 Assessment and Reporting of Enterprise Skills promotes understanding of the purpose of assessment and reporting in enterprise educationidentifies the ways students demonstrate enterprise learningand presents ideas to support students and teachers to assess and report the enterprise skills
9 OverallTogether the resources are intended to enable students, teachers and school leaders to better understand, plan for, and participant in an explicit and purposeful process for assessment and reporting in enterprise education.
10 Built on understanding enterprise education DefinitionSkill or attributesFocusEnterprise educationEnterprise education is learning directed towards developing in young people those skills, competencies, understandings, and attributes which equip them to be innovative, and to identify, create, initiate, and successfully manage personal, community, business, and work opportunities, including working for themselves.Enterprise Attributes:Using initiative and driveBeing creative and innovativeBeing positive and flexibleMaking decisions and solving problemsPlanning and organisingCommunicating and negotiatingManaging resources and peopleWorking cooperativelyReviewing and assessingAuthentic learningStudent decision makingCommunity buildingCareer educationCareer education is concerned with the development of knowledge, skills and attitudes through a planned programme of learning experiences in education and training settings which will assist students to make informed decisions about their life, study and/or work options and enable effective participation in working life.Employability Skills:Communication;Team workProblem-solvingInitiative and enterpriseSelf-managementLearning skillsTechnology skillsCareer knowledge and choicesEmployability skillsFurther education and trainingTransition from schoolEnterprise & EntrepreneurshipEntrepreneurial education develops in the student skills in personal finance, decision making and creative thinking.Enterprising individuals have direction and the determination to make the most of challenging circumstances. Entrepreneurial education is focused on the individual and their potential to achieve.Business and Entrepreneur Skills:Market competitionBusiness organisationBudgetingFinancial planningPromotions and marketingMoney makingBusiness skillsEntrepreneurial activities
11 Reviewing Your School Summary Describes the key qualities of an enterprising schoolEnables a review of the enterprise culture of the schoolEEQF: Reviewing Your School
12 Built on the Best Practice Principles for Enterprise Education In an enterprise school a culture of enterprise learning is embedded within the culture of the school.The Best Practice Principles are the foundations of the Key Qualities of an Enterprise School Culture
13 Dimension 3: Key Qualities of Enterprise Learning Key Qualities of an Enterprise Culture1234Enterprise education is developed as a whole school approach, and enterprise learning is integrated into all learning areas.LearningEnterprise education across the school enables all students to learn and demonstrate the qualities and characteristics of an enterprising person.Students know and speak the language of enterprise education.The school explicitly supports authentic learning contexts in which students have opportunities to build their personal capacities and contribute to community building.Enterprise learning opportunities are systematically provided in all learning areas.Students’ enterprise skills and achievements are explicitly recognised and acknowledged as part of a whole school approach to enterprise education.The school leadership encourages and supports students to be innovative and enterprising.OVERALL SCORE FOR THIS DIMENSION
14 Assessing your school summary DimensionScoreLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Leadership & organisationLow level commitment or support from school leaders. Individual staff may feel unsupported or their efforts unrecognised and unappreciated.School leaders have provided some support and recognition for teachers’ efforts in enterprise education, but there is a lack of overall focus and direction.School leaders have consulted with staff and developed a whole school approach. Elements of the plan, such as further professional development, may still need to be implemented.School leaders are highly committed and provide strong, explicit and ongoing support at all levels.TeachingTeachers have only minimal understanding of and commitment to enterprise education among staff.There is only a low level of overall commitment to enterprise education, perhaps with some individual teachers more fully committed.There is a strong commitment by most teachers to enterprise teaching and learning.All teachers have the knowledge, skills and commitment to support the whole school focus on the development of students’ enterprise skills.LearningOpportunities for students to develop and demonstrate enterprise skills are limited.There is some time given to providing enterprise learning contexts, but overall students do not effectively use the language of enterprise education, or demonstrate enterprise skills.Students have the opportunities to develop and demonstrate enterprise skills in most classes and contexts.All students across the school have opportunities to develop and demonstrate enterprise skills. Students share the language of enterprise education, and demonstrate enterprise skills in all contexts.AssessmentThere is little acknowledging and rewarding students’ enterprise skills or achievements, and little understanding by staff of the need to do so.There is only a low level of overall commitment to the acknowledgement and rewarding of students’ enterprise skills, perhaps with some individual teachers more fully committed.There is a strong commitment by most teachers and schools leaders to the acknowledgement and rewarding of students’ enterprise learning.The school provides regular and systematic opportunities for acknowledging and rewarding students’ achievements in enterprise education. All teachers have the skills and knowledge to assess, analyse and report students’ enterprise learning.
16 Action Plan Template Objectives Outcomes Process What do you want to do and how will you do it?OutcomesWhat will be achieved?ProcessWhat strategies will be used?Performance IndicatorsDescribe your performance indicators?Resource ImplicationsWhat resources are required?ResponsibilityWho has the responsibility to make it happen?TimeframeWhat are your milestones?Enterprise Education Professional DevelopmentEnterprise Teaching & LearningEnterprise Education in the CurriculumEnterprise Learning Assessment & ReportingParent & Community Partnerships
17 Reviewing Your Class Culture Summary The quality of the learning experience is the essence of enterprise educationTeaching and learning in enterprise education is based on the enterprise attributesEEQF: Reviewing Your Class Culture
18 Reviewing Your Class Culture Key quality indicators are presented for each of the attributes or enterprise skills.The key quality indicators can be used to assess the current state of enterprise teaching and learning in the classroom.
19 Key Qualities: Communicating and negotiating AttributeKey Qualities of Enterprise Learning12346Students communicate effectively with others in enterprise learning situations.CommunicatingStudents use persuasion effectively to make an argument or present a viewpoint.and negotiatingStudents listen actively to others to determine their views and arguments.Students share ideas and understandings with others.Students adapt communication strategies for different contexts.Students present ideas and information effectively in various contexts.Students deal with conflict in group situations and negotiate solutions.OVERALL SCORE FOR THIS ATTRIBUTE
20 Reviewing your class culture summary Enterprise AttributesClass/StudentScoreLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Using initiative and driveStudents lack initiative and drive in enterprise learning situationsStudents only show initiative with support, and require assistance to complete tasks.Student take initiative at times, but may not always follow through to completion.Students always take the initiative in enterprise learning situations; have the drive and commitment to complete enterprise tasks.Being creative and innovativeStudents do not demonstrate creative or innovative thinking in enterprise learning situations.Students demonstrate creative or innovative thinking within a supportive framework.Students effectively use creative and innovative strategies.Students employ highly creative and innovative approaches to thinking and learning.Being positive and flexibleStudents are seldom positive in learning situations, and do not easily adapt to new contexts.Students are positive at times, but require support to maintain a positive approach to learning and to adapt to new situations.Students are positive and usually adapts to new learning contexts.Students are very positive and adaptable in learning situations.Making decisions and solving problemsStudents lack effective decision making and problem solving skills.Students demonstrate decision making and problem solving skills when supported.Students show effective decision making and problem solving skills in most situations.Students display highly developed decision making and problem solving skills.
21 Assessment and Reporting of Enterprise Skills Summary
22 Assessment and Reporting of Enterprise Skills Summary Promote understanding of the purpose of assessment and reporting in enterprise educationIdentify the ways students demonstrate enterprise learningPresent ideas to support students and teachers to assess and report the enterprise skills
23 Incorporatesthe definition and description of the enterprise attributeshow the enterprise skills are developed and demonstratedhow information about a student’s enterprise skills is collected and recordedprocesses for the assessment and recording of the enterprise skills.
24 Enterprise Skills Assessment 1. Sharing the language of enterprise education2. Enterprise Skills Discovery Activity3. Enterprise Skills Assessment4. Describing the Enterprise Attributes5. Demonstrating Enterprise Skills across Learning Areas
25 Enterprise Skills Assessment 6. Describing Your Enterprise Skills7. Documenting Your Enterprise Skills8. Enterprise Skills Record9. Student Enterprise Profile10. Models for Reporting Enterprise Skills
26 Promoting Enterprise Learning This framework recognises and underlines the importance of enterprise education as a key component in the education of young people.It provides a process for schools to plan for improvement in the delivery and assessment of their enterprise education approaches.